"Great insight into the differences in cultures in an organization, particularly the Hispanic culture, and what HR must do to stay competitive in today's environment. The real-life examples about cultural differences are invaluable."--Ann Marie Hackett, Director of Human Resources/Labor Relations, The Metropolitan Opera
"Informative, eye-opening, and filled with excellent practical suggestions. A valuable tool for those serious about attracting and retaining Hispanics in their workplace."--Carl A. Gustafson, Corporate Vice President, Human Resources (Retired), Baptist Health South Florida
"A 'must-have' book for all HR professionals involved in recruiting Hispanic candidates in today's marketplace."--Maxine E. Verch, SPHR, Director, HR Service Delivery, AARP
"Hits on the true issues we face. Goes way beyond HR to important, high-level organizational and cultural issues that we must consider. A valuable guide to navigating new-potentially turbulent-organizational waters."--Dr. Michael Fleming, Director, Organizational Development and Learning, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center
"An indispensable book, a tour de force that empowers HR professionals to understand how Hispanics are transforming the dynamics of the American workplace. Provides an invaluable tool heretofore missing from the literature, and it could not have arrived at a more opportune moment!"--Robert Coleman, Director, Total Rewards & Accountability, SVB Financial Group; Faculty Member, San Francisco State University, College of Extended Learning
"Addresses the unique needs and concerns of Hispanic workers but also provides the HR practitioner with strategies to address the crucial hiring, performance management, and recognition process. A timely and invaluable resource to help us successfully manage the skills, knowledge and talents of an emerging workforce."--Debbie Benami-Rahm, M.S., M.H.C., President, DBR Career Services, Inc.